SNOROW Exhibition

Wednesday 20th - Saturday 23rd March 2024
10:00am - 5:00pm, free entry

Exciting new solo exhibition by Edinburgh College of Art student Julien Dupuis

SNOROW is a word specific to Quebec popular language which designates a skillful, cunning, impish, and mischievous person, under innocent appearances. As part of his MA degree in Contemporary Art Practice DUPUIS* creates 3D visual arts, music, and performances that bring happiness and relief.

His sculptures offer inspirational insight and anthropological imagination. He creates ludic and socially responsible installations to resolve the lack of self-discipline in urban environments. He uses cardboard and light wood to create problem-solving techniques. 

His work is informed by manga, history, archaeology, and anthropology and takes the form of cardboard models, drawings, sculptures, sound performances, and kinetic pieces.

Exhibition dates:

  • Wednesday 20th – Friday 22nd March | 10am – 5pm
  • Saturday 23rd March | 10am – 12noon

The Drill Hall Cafe will be open throughout serving teas, coffees, breakfasts, lunches and snacks.

Exhibition Launch: Wednesday 20th March, 6pm – 8pm. The fully licensed Drill Hall Cafe bar will be open 6pm – 8pm.

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